Papergang #19

Papergang #19 | Unboxing and first impressions of my September Papergang Stationery Subscription Box featuring illustrator Natasha Durley
Papergang #19 | Unboxing and first impressions of my September Papergang Stationery Subscription Box featuring illustrator Natasha Durley
Papergang #19 | Unboxing and first impressions of my September Papergang Stationery Subscription Box featuring illustrator Natasha Durley
Papergang #19 | Unboxing and first impressions of my September Papergang Stationery Subscription Box featuring illustrator Natasha Durley
In my box:
A4 Deskpad | £7.95
3 x Sticker Sheets | £3.95
Coaster | £2.95
1 x Greeting Card | £2.50
Printed Calendar | £1.95
Sheet Of Gift Wrap | £1.75

Over the last few years I have tried my fair share of subscription boxes, at one point I became quite obsessed and had about 5 dropping on my doorstep each month which quickly became ridiculous.

Today I’m just subscribed to one box and that’s the Papergang stationery subscription box as that’s the only box that delights me month after month.

I haven’t shared the contents of the Papergang boxes in quite some time but I’m missed writing these unboxing posts so I’ve decided to start featuring them again. Beautiful stationery deserves to be documented!

The September Papergang box has been designed by Natasha Durley, an illustrator with a love for colourful animal and insect designs. I’m a big fan of the stunning ‘midnight jungle’ theme this month, so much so I’ve even downloaded the wallpaper.

Box 19 is the first edition to include a booklet with a short artist interview which I think is a really lovely addition, previously the boxes would contain a postcard detailing the contents of the box alone.

My favourite item this month has to be the deskpad which includes a section to plan your week, doodles, notes and a to do list.

The greeting card and gift wrap compliment each other so well that it would be a crime not to gift these together. I also really like the coaster, it’s such beautiful quality that I just can’t fault it. The stickers are equally charming.

The September Papergang box had a really strong lineup of stationery goodies and I can’t wait to see the contents of the October issue.

The Ohh Dear Papergang stationery subscription box costs £10.95 + P&P and is dispatched around the 21st of each month.

What do you think of the September Papergang box?
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